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Carlsberg: Football has the power to unite

on May 1, 2014 by Nikolaj Comments

This is a bold campaign and a beautiful thought from Carlsberg and Duval Guillaume. I love it but then again I’m not impartial since I work at Carlsberg, but what do you think?

This is the coolest trophy ever @NewYorkFestival

on May 1, 2014 by Bridget Comments

The New York Festivals has taken trophy design to the next level with the help of Sagmeister & Walsh. The design reflects the iconic manhattan skyline.  However, these trophies are like no others as they have a built in projector that plays the winning case study when you pick it up.

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Aquatilis Ocean Expedition

on April 28, 2014 by Mark Comments

Using paralax scrolling on a single page site is a pretty good way to show off the depths of the ocean. The Aqualitis Expedition is a three-year underwater journey through the unknown, set to explore the world’s most extrordinary creatures. Have fun Read more…

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Make Them Visible

on April 25, 2014 by Tim Comments

This social experiment tested if New Yorkers had become blind to the homeless who are forced to live on the streets. What if those we walk past every day were family members – siblings, spouses, and relatives – all dressed to appear homeless? The ones we claim to care about the most? Would you even notice them? Read more…

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Hermès 2014 collection mutates in a quirky film by Julien Vallée

on April 23, 2014 by Bridget Comments

Hermès is an interesting brand.  Every year it crafts its collection and communication around one creative theme.  The theme for 2014 is ‘Métamorphose’.

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Let’s talk a bit about brand strategy

on April 20, 2014 by Ana Comments

Topics include experience design, utility, customer-centric point of view and how brands are and can be using collaborative economy. Enjoy.

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iPhone 5 + Tumblr = new Apple campaign

on April 20, 2014 by Ana Comments

Apple notoriously doesn’t do social media. So imagine my shock when I saw this. Apple choose nothing less than Tumblr to launch a campaign for its iPhone 5C. The campaign sports the “Every color has a story” (aww) headline and features 15-second video ads.

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Have you seen the poaching phone?

on April 20, 2014 by Ana Comments

If not, this means that you are quite happy with what you do.

Because, if you weren’t, apparently, you’d be browsing the career advice ad industry section in a bookstore and you may have found a phone inside one of the books. The phone would have had only one number in it. That would be the number that would have led you to your next adventure.

In an incredibly proactive move, Dubai ad agency FP7 has done exactly that: it sent the books with the phone in them to ad creatives they wanted to attract and it placed them into bookstores with titles appealing to the talent the agency wanted to attract.

The word is that the campaign was quite successful and that it resulted in amazing new employees, saving the agency about $80K in recruiter fees. Or you can just post an ad on Digiday Jobs.

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The invisible advertising is born with the First Kiss

on April 20, 2014 by Ana Comments

The “First Kiss” video gets me every time. It doesn’t matter that, in addition to being the first kiss among two strangers, it is also a very very clever ad for a clothing company Wren. The video has gotten a considerable traction on YouTube (79 million views and counting).

Love both the idea and the execution. If people are excited about invisible technology, why shouldn’t they be excited about invisible advertising??

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Siri creators want you to know how many calories there are in your Instagram photos

on April 20, 2014 by Ana Comments

No joke. Siri creators created some sort of image recognition technology to tell you the amount of calories in the food you just took photo of. The calorie estimate is based on two factors: the volume of food and the food identification, i.e. what you’re eating and how much of it.

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